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Read our latest #JournalWatch column: Highway to #dementia: living near major roads increases risk

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We are delighted to announce our first ever spotlight on the topic of #neuroimmunology. Over the next two months, we will be highlighting all topics and issues regarding neuroimmunology including exclusive #interviews and #opinions from #leaders in #Neurology industry. For more information, please visit https://www.neurology-central.com/2017/02/01/spotlight-on-neuroimmunology/ 

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Josephine Spring (Royal Hospital for Neurodisability; London, UK) gives Neurology Central a brief overview of her work investigating therapeutic gardening for patients with neurodisability and dementia in both the UK and Scandinavia.

Read this exclusive piece now: http://www.neurology-central.com/…/gardening-as-therapy-fo…/

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As the Rugby World Cup 2015 has begun, this week has seen discussion of concussion spark up again - so why should we take note and what research is out there? ‪#‎RWC2015‬

http://www.neurology-central.com/2015/09/25/rugby-world-cup-2015-tackling-the-issue-of-concussion/

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Check out all our exclusive Alzheimer's content including interviews, journal articles and opinion pieces from experts in the field for #WorldAlzheimersDay www.neurology-central.com
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As it’s World Alzheimer’s Month this September Neurology Central will be making a donation to Alzheimer's Research UK for every new member this month -  join and share now!
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Next Thursday we’ll be interviewing Dr Christine Chambers (Dalhousie University, Canada) live on Twitter to find out more about ‪#‎painmanagement‬ and her upcoming ‪#‎itdoesnthavetohurt‬ project. Get your questions ready!
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Parkinsons UK highlight 'postcode lottery' of deep brain stimulation treatment in Scotland http://bbc.in/1hDNeVw

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In the US alone, 200,000 – 400,000 patients with cancer are diagnosed with brain metastases, and progressive brain metastases have a negative cognitive impact. http://bit.ly/1JR83mp

In this exclusive clip from ASCO 2015, Jan Buckener, MD, discusses a study looking at SRS versus WBRT plus SRS.

WBRT plus SRS showed fewer progressions in the brain at 3 months, but no overall impact on the survival of patients. In fact, a decline in cognitive function was more frequent with the addition of WBRT to SRS, as well as a worsened quality of life.
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